savegard

savegard

(ˈseɪvˌɡɑːd)
n
safe conduct, protection
vb (tr)
to protect, to safeguard
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Lord Walsingham presented "a cloke and a savegard of faire cullored velvet, laide round aboute and striped downe and eight lowpes in the fore quarters of a broade passamayn lace of Venis gold and silver plate; the cloke lyned with printed cloth of silver, and the savegard lyned with white sarsonett; and a dooblett of white satten curt, ymbrodered all over with esses of Venis gold.